Software Development Engineer in Test
To transform an entry level engineer into a Software Development Engineer in Test with equal competence in software development and testing.
- Sourcecode management concepts, relevant test frameworks, build tools, debugging tools and procedures
- Knowledge about various test methodologies & corresponding tools like TestNG and Selenium
- TDD process, coding guidelines and best practices
- Hands-on experience through personalised, mentor-driven, and project-based curriculum
Mode of participation
- Online engagement through webinars
- Offline practice and code reviews
- Basic knowledge of the Java programming language
- Mental grit in locking horns with the posted challenge
- You are exposed to tools and processes that are relevant on the job
- The feature rich online learning environment takes mentor-mentee interaction to a new level - where mentee receives personalized attention and mentors will have the tools that allow them to replicate in-person interaction
- You will acquire the most in-demand skills through a personalised, mentor-driven, and project-based curriculum
- This course gives the participants the very skills that are required for jobs and long term success rather than focusing only on theoretical concepts
- Work contribution made during this program can be showcased as your professional experience and will match a much longer period of real-time work exposure
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1What courses are offered?
We mentor people in graduating to Software Development Engineer in Test
2Is the program in person only, online only, or a combination?
3Where are your Offices?
4What is the teacher-to-student ratio for any given class?
A maximum of 30 students for one mentor
5How much time is devoted to one-to-one interactions between learners and mentor?
This program encourages participants to talk about the challenges during the online sessions so that the entire class can learn about it. One on one interactions between Learners and Mentors can still happen offline through Slack. Mentor allocates 1 hour per week for a learner to discuss their progress.
6What percentage of the teachers have previously worked as professional programmers full time?
7How much instruction is handled by teachers' assistants (TAs)? What is the necessary experience for TAs?
Evaluation of the participant work is done through TAs. These TAs are regular developers assigned to projects themselves
8What languages, systems, and tools, including operating systems and hardware, do students learn?
Java, Unit Testing, TestNG, Gradle, Maven, Git, Postman, Chrome Developer Tools, Functional Testing with Selenium, Excel API, JSON Api
9What background is required for the program?
Knowledge of programming in the Java Language
10Are students put together to do pair programming, a technique used in agile programming so that experienced developers can check one another's work?
Participants are encouraged to collaborate but not at the beginning of the program
11How many hours a week does the student need to commit to coursework and class time on average?
Minimum of 20 hours
12How long does the program run?
Up to 3 months
13How long has this organization publicly offered coding boot camps/courses?
Since September 2018
14What percentage of students complete the program on time?
15Do you offer any placement assistance?
Yes. We do provide limited placement assistance through our network of Clients.